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How To Get Started with Freeter

Freeter is a cross-platform dashboard style application. Think of it as a way to group tools, commands, scripts, and windows that you use in your workflows all in one place.

You can find part 2 here.

Let me give you an example to maybe explain it better. To work and manage a Web site I might do these things on a regular basis, with some of them needing to be always available.

  • Web page showing traffic analysis.
  • Web page showing AdSense stats.
  • Web page with administration board of the site.
  • Web email client.
  • File listing on my locally hosted test version.
  • Quick sFTP access.
  • Notes that I keep with site details.
  • Web page monitoring server status.
  • Remote source control monitoring.
  • Quick access to code and image editors.
  • Slack team.

All of these can be setup in Freeter.

This video will take you through getting configured for your first project to show how much of this is possible.

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